No sugar, no flour and no butter!
Let’s call this the new healthy lifestyle. No food is bad, just what’s in it is bad. I no longer wish to buy things from store as it contains so many unhealthy things in it. Then i have been looking around to make something healthy and is still sweet enough.
So i came across the blog of Marissa. She has a passion of food, sports and loosing weight.
Go check her out HERE.
There are a lot or recipes to find on the net, but this one really catched by eye. As i used to adore the Lion bars from store. This way i can still eat lion bar, but then i know what’s inside and it’s all good :)
First of all i must say that this really does not take much time and i followed the recipe as Marissa made it. except i have added a chocolate topping for more chocolate heaven tasteness and a bit more crunchy crisps. You can add also more nuts or less as you wish :D
Original recipe of hers you can find HERE.
INGREDIENTS (it will make the amount of 1 lasagna dish)
40 gr of Whey isolate crisps
3 Tbsp of nut pasta
40 gr of mixed nuts
2 Tbsp of mixed nuts (chopped a bit)
2 Tbsp of oatmeal
2 Medjoul dates or 4 normal dates
1 Tbsp of Honey
50 gr of pure chocolate (i used 86% cacao)
Chocolate Topping :
25 gr of coconut oil
3 Tbsp of Raw cacao
30 gr of honey
TIP : If you leave out the whey isolate crisps, it will not be so crunchy. You could also use Quinoa pops or Amaranth pops.